Xiaomi has unveiled a new game controller with wired and wireless connectivity, which is simply a simpler version of the previously released GamePad Elite Edition, which includes somatosensory capability.
Xiaomi new game controller
The new game controller is compatible with both Android and Windows operating systems, and no additional software or apps are required.
It accepts three forms of connections: a wireless receiver (a Wi-Fi adapter is included), Bluetooth, and a data cord. It can also be utilised to play non-handle-operated gadgets via the Xiaomi Game Center’s mapping function.
The game controller was created to be compatible with a wide range of devices, including Windows desktops, Android smart TVs, mobile phones, and tablets.
It is compatible with a variety of cloud gaming systems, including Steam, Xiaomi cloud games, Tencent Start, Netease cloud games, and others.
The gaming controller has a big joystick and a Hall linear trigger button, which replicates in-game effects such as acceleration, braking, and shooting in various titles.
It also has a 6-axis gyroscope built in for somatosensory control and an ergonomic button layout to alleviate wrist strain during long gaming sessions.
The controller costs only $29 in China, however it is unclear whether it will be released on the worldwide market.
Buyers in Pakistan will almost certainly have to import the controller, which is now available on the company’s Youpin crowdfunding platform.
Xiaomi 13 Ultra Launch this month
However, the planned global launch of the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which has been confirmed for later this month, will finally twist things around.
There is no official release date yet, but we do know that the next top-tier flagship will be available later this month.
They acknowledged its cooperation with Leica on its Weibo page, while Leica has confirmed that their work will continue on Twitter.
According to company, the new Ultra model will include an unrivalled camera system, including a first-of-its-kind Summicron lens.
Concurrently, Singapore’s communications authority, the IMDA, has approved a phone with the model number 2304FPN6DG.
There are no noteworthy disclosures in the specifications, which feature 5G connectivity, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC. However, the anticipation for this phone’s international debut is tremendous.
We expect the company to share more information about the gadget in the coming days, including teases of its large camera island, which is likely to outperform the 12S Ultra.
That being said, stay tuned for additional information as the teaser campaign is expected to begin in the coming days. This will not only confirm the launch date, but also a few specifications.
When it was released, the 12S Ultra was the flagship with the finest camera, but it was only available in China. This will change with the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, which was just reported to be released this month in global markets.
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